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Positive Parenting for Military Families | Mr. Dad

Armin Brott

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Positive Parenting for Military Families | Mr. Dad

Positive Parenting for Military Families | Mr. Dad

Armin Brott

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Using Your Immune System to Fight Lyme Disease + Trusts, Insurance, and More

Darin Ingels, author of The Lyme Solution. @lymeexpertND – Instagram: dariningelsnd Topic: How to fight Lyme’s inflammatory auto-immune response and beat the disease. Issues: A five-part plan to: fortify your gut health and restore the immune system; follow a diet that increases immunity and reduces inflammation; thwart and target an active infection; identify hidden toxins that worsen Lyme symptoms; improve your lifestyle to stimulate and perpetuate healing. Liza Hanks, author of Every Californian’s Guide to Estate Planning. @NoloLaw – Instagram: nololaw Topic: What you need to know about wills, trusts, and everything else—regardless of where you live. Issues: What’s in an estate plan and why you need one; wills; living trusts; choosing a guardian for minor children; leaving money to children; estate planning for blended families; death and taxes; naming beneficiaries for retirement accounts and life insurance; finding a lawyer; keeping your plan up to date.

54 MIN1 w ago
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Using Your Immune System to Fight Lyme Disease + Trusts, Insurance, and More

Exceptional Kids in a Conventional World + Raising Resilient Kids Naturally

Deborah Reber, author of Differently Wired. @TiltParenting Topic: Raising an exceptional child in a conventional world. Issues: Letting go of your impossible expectations for who you “should” be as a parent; seeking out like-minded parents; becoming fluent in your child’s language; creating a world where your child can be secure; parenting from a place of possibility instead of fear; letting your children be on their own time line. Jena Pincott, author of Wits, Guts, Grit. @jenapincott Topic: All-natural biohacks for raising smart, resilient kids. Issues: What if we could identify microbes in our gut that correlate with stress resilience? What if memory and learning and overall wellbeing could improve after eating more of certain foods or minerals? What if merely smelling sweat before completing an anxiety-inducing task could improve your performance? Meet a woman who tested these and other hypotheses on her own children.

54 MIN2 w ago
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Exceptional Kids in a Conventional World + Raising Resilient Kids Naturally

Spouses and Family of LGBTQ Servicemembers + Trying too Hard Makes Things Worse

Ashley Broadway-Mack, founding board member and president, American Military Partner Association. @LGBTMilPartners Topic: Spouses and family of LGBTQ servicemembers. Issues: The American Military Partner Association is the nation’s largest resource and support network for the partners, spouses, families, and allies of America’s LGBTQ servicemembers and veterans. AMPA has over 50,000 members and supporters and leads the nation in education, advocacy, and support for our modern military families. Barbara Oakley, author of Learning How to Learn. @barbaraoakley Topic: How to succeed in school without spending all your time studying. Issues: The problem with passion; why trying too hard can make things worse; using a tomato to beat procrastination; learning while you sleep and how to wake up smarter; school bags, lockers, and attention; tricks to build memory; learning alone vs in groups; should you listen to music while you’re studying? how your worst traits can be your best.

54 MIN3 w ago
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Spouses and Family of LGBTQ Servicemembers + Trying too Hard Makes Things Worse

Raising Extraordinary Children + Change Yourself, Change the World

Lucie LeBlanc, author of Ordinary Parents Raising Extraordinary Children. Topic: Unlocking your child’s inner strength to full self-expression. Issues: Understanding the human mind; programming your child for success; the six creative faculties (perception, memory, reason, will power, intuition, and imagination); common parental errors; much more. Mark Borg, author of Don’t Be a Dick. Topic: Change yourself, change your world. Issues: What does it mean to be a dick and why are some people (including ourselves) that way? The difference between internal dicks and external dicks; how to quit being a dick—and get others to quit too; how to avoid backsliding; lessons for parents; much more

54 MINJAN 18
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Raising Extraordinary Children + Change Yourself, Change the World

What Every Grandfather Should Know + Teaching Kids About Finance

James Knipp, author of Stuff Every Grandfather Should Know. Topic: Making sense of the grandfather years. Issues: When to give advice and how to take it; (re)learning how to be a parent; going from father to grandfather; building a relationship with your grandchild; things to do with the grandkids; technology and social media; grandparenting through your child’s divorce; much more. Liz Frazier, author of Beyond Piggy Banks and Lemonade Stands. Topic: How to teach young kids about finance. Issues: The “right” to talk with kids about money; teaching about money in an increasingly cashless society; allowances; what is money, how do we get it, and what do we do with it? Advanced topics such as interest, lending, the economy, and more.

54 MINJAN 11
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What Every Grandfather Should Know + Teaching Kids About Finance

A Fertility Doctor’s Fight for Motherhood + Bumpin’

Dorette Noorhasan, author of Miracle Baby. Topic: A fertility doctor’s fight for motherhood. Issues: Surrogacy, insurance, and overcoming every possible obstacle on the way to becoming a mother. Leslie Schrock, author of Bumpin’. Topic: Navigating the journey from conception through birth—and beyond. Issues: Getting your bodies and your lives ready; drafting your healthcare dream team; pregnancy issues and myths (such as that having an epidural or a c-section is “failure”); difference between a birth plan and going overboard; what you don’t know about having a baby; the importance of communication between partners; dad’s important role; much more.

54 MINJAN 4
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A Fertility Doctor’s Fight for Motherhood + Bumpin’

Balanced Pregnancy + Family Finances for Families

Pia Martin, author of Building Healthy Humans. @DrPia – Instagram doctorpiamartin Topic: A guide to a balanced pregnancy for a happy, healthy baby. Issues: Epigenetics—what it is and how you can use it to create a healthier baby; how what a woman eats and does before and during pregnancy affect her children; how dads affect their children’s genetic outcomes; the importance of healthy gut and good digestion; types of diets; much more. Jeanette Mack, Assistant Vice President of Corporate Communications at Navy Federal Credit Union. @NavyFederal Topic: Financial issues for military families and veterans. Issues: Ways to start saving small now for your kids’ futures, small behavior changes that can make a big difference in your finances; financial literacy tools for families; tips to building/maintaining your credit; car buying tips; budgeting tips for parents and kids; how military families can make the most of their paycheck. https://www.navyfederal.org/

54 MIN2019 DEC 28
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Balanced Pregnancy + Family Finances for Families

Not Every Warrior Wears a Uniform + Be a Happier Parent

Chantel Olson, author of Homefront Warriors. @chantellouise16 Topic: Not every warrior wears a uniform. Issues: The many lessons learned from military spouses during their spouse’s deployment; how military spouses can get support during deployment; special concerns of children with a deployed parent; why it’s important to honor homefront warriors for their service. KJ Del’Antonia, author of How to Be a Happier Parent. @KJDellAntonia Topic: Raising a family, having a life, and loving almost every minute. Issues: Why you child should do chores; siblings—bringing fun and taking it away; sports and activities—fun except when they’re not; homework; screens are fun but limiting them isn’t; discipline and why it sometimes hurts parents more than the kids; finding time for food, fun, and family time.

54 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Not Every Warrior Wears a Uniform + Be a Happier Parent

Building Strong, Resilient Military Families + Raising Great Kids in Two Hours a Day

John Pray, President and CEO of Operation Homefront. @Op_Homefront – IG: operationhomefront Topic: Building strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive—not simply struggle to get by—in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. Issues: This non-profit has served more than 40,000 military families and provided nearly $25 million in relief (for basic necessities, rent/mortgage); programs include housing, educational scholarships, parent support, school supplies, and more. Heather Miller, author of Prime Time Parenting. @PrimeTimeBook – Instagram: primetimeparenting Topic: The two-hour-a-day secret to raising great kids. Issues: The importance of reducing screen time—for kids and adults; setting up your two hours of focused parenting; homework, dinner, more homework, and off to bed; how prime time parenting will give you more “me” time; other benefits (physical, mental, and emotional).

54 MIN2019 DEC 14
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Building Strong, Resilient Military Families + Raising Great Kids in Two Hours a Day

Emotional Intelligence + The Rabbit Effect

Kerry Goyette, author of The Non-Obvious Guide to Emotional Intelligence. Topic: Understanding emotional intelligence, empathy, and learning to put them to use. Issues: What is empathy and where does it start? What is emotional intelligence? How our brain perceives fear and threats; how courage drives emotional intelligence; how to recognize your environment; difference between problems and dilemmas; mental agility and how to build it; how we derail ourselves from success; how to motivate your team and your family; intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation; much more. Kelli Harding, author of The Rabbit Effect. Topic: Live longer, happier, and healthier with the groundbreaking science of kindness. Issues: The hidden factors of health (intimate relationships, social ties, work, finding your purpose, hobbies and recreation; fairness; compassion, the environment you live in, and more); essentials of health (mind-body link, trust, community health, and more); what kindness is and the ripple ef...

54 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Emotional Intelligence + The Rabbit Effect

Latest Episodes

Using Your Immune System to Fight Lyme Disease + Trusts, Insurance, and More

Darin Ingels, author of The Lyme Solution. @lymeexpertND – Instagram: dariningelsnd Topic: How to fight Lyme’s inflammatory auto-immune response and beat the disease. Issues: A five-part plan to: fortify your gut health and restore the immune system; follow a diet that increases immunity and reduces inflammation; thwart and target an active infection; identify hidden toxins that worsen Lyme symptoms; improve your lifestyle to stimulate and perpetuate healing. Liza Hanks, author of Every Californian’s Guide to Estate Planning. @NoloLaw – Instagram: nololaw Topic: What you need to know about wills, trusts, and everything else—regardless of where you live. Issues: What’s in an estate plan and why you need one; wills; living trusts; choosing a guardian for minor children; leaving money to children; estate planning for blended families; death and taxes; naming beneficiaries for retirement accounts and life insurance; finding a lawyer; keeping your plan up to date.

54 MIN1 w ago
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Using Your Immune System to Fight Lyme Disease + Trusts, Insurance, and More

Exceptional Kids in a Conventional World + Raising Resilient Kids Naturally

Deborah Reber, author of Differently Wired. @TiltParenting Topic: Raising an exceptional child in a conventional world. Issues: Letting go of your impossible expectations for who you “should” be as a parent; seeking out like-minded parents; becoming fluent in your child’s language; creating a world where your child can be secure; parenting from a place of possibility instead of fear; letting your children be on their own time line. Jena Pincott, author of Wits, Guts, Grit. @jenapincott Topic: All-natural biohacks for raising smart, resilient kids. Issues: What if we could identify microbes in our gut that correlate with stress resilience? What if memory and learning and overall wellbeing could improve after eating more of certain foods or minerals? What if merely smelling sweat before completing an anxiety-inducing task could improve your performance? Meet a woman who tested these and other hypotheses on her own children.

54 MIN2 w ago
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Exceptional Kids in a Conventional World + Raising Resilient Kids Naturally

Spouses and Family of LGBTQ Servicemembers + Trying too Hard Makes Things Worse

Ashley Broadway-Mack, founding board member and president, American Military Partner Association. @LGBTMilPartners Topic: Spouses and family of LGBTQ servicemembers. Issues: The American Military Partner Association is the nation’s largest resource and support network for the partners, spouses, families, and allies of America’s LGBTQ servicemembers and veterans. AMPA has over 50,000 members and supporters and leads the nation in education, advocacy, and support for our modern military families. Barbara Oakley, author of Learning How to Learn. @barbaraoakley Topic: How to succeed in school without spending all your time studying. Issues: The problem with passion; why trying too hard can make things worse; using a tomato to beat procrastination; learning while you sleep and how to wake up smarter; school bags, lockers, and attention; tricks to build memory; learning alone vs in groups; should you listen to music while you’re studying? how your worst traits can be your best.

54 MIN3 w ago
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Spouses and Family of LGBTQ Servicemembers + Trying too Hard Makes Things Worse

Raising Extraordinary Children + Change Yourself, Change the World

Lucie LeBlanc, author of Ordinary Parents Raising Extraordinary Children. Topic: Unlocking your child’s inner strength to full self-expression. Issues: Understanding the human mind; programming your child for success; the six creative faculties (perception, memory, reason, will power, intuition, and imagination); common parental errors; much more. Mark Borg, author of Don’t Be a Dick. Topic: Change yourself, change your world. Issues: What does it mean to be a dick and why are some people (including ourselves) that way? The difference between internal dicks and external dicks; how to quit being a dick—and get others to quit too; how to avoid backsliding; lessons for parents; much more

54 MINJAN 18
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Raising Extraordinary Children + Change Yourself, Change the World

What Every Grandfather Should Know + Teaching Kids About Finance

James Knipp, author of Stuff Every Grandfather Should Know. Topic: Making sense of the grandfather years. Issues: When to give advice and how to take it; (re)learning how to be a parent; going from father to grandfather; building a relationship with your grandchild; things to do with the grandkids; technology and social media; grandparenting through your child’s divorce; much more. Liz Frazier, author of Beyond Piggy Banks and Lemonade Stands. Topic: How to teach young kids about finance. Issues: The “right” to talk with kids about money; teaching about money in an increasingly cashless society; allowances; what is money, how do we get it, and what do we do with it? Advanced topics such as interest, lending, the economy, and more.

54 MINJAN 11
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What Every Grandfather Should Know + Teaching Kids About Finance

A Fertility Doctor’s Fight for Motherhood + Bumpin’

Dorette Noorhasan, author of Miracle Baby. Topic: A fertility doctor’s fight for motherhood. Issues: Surrogacy, insurance, and overcoming every possible obstacle on the way to becoming a mother. Leslie Schrock, author of Bumpin’. Topic: Navigating the journey from conception through birth—and beyond. Issues: Getting your bodies and your lives ready; drafting your healthcare dream team; pregnancy issues and myths (such as that having an epidural or a c-section is “failure”); difference between a birth plan and going overboard; what you don’t know about having a baby; the importance of communication between partners; dad’s important role; much more.

54 MINJAN 4
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A Fertility Doctor’s Fight for Motherhood + Bumpin’

Balanced Pregnancy + Family Finances for Families

Pia Martin, author of Building Healthy Humans. @DrPia – Instagram doctorpiamartin Topic: A guide to a balanced pregnancy for a happy, healthy baby. Issues: Epigenetics—what it is and how you can use it to create a healthier baby; how what a woman eats and does before and during pregnancy affect her children; how dads affect their children’s genetic outcomes; the importance of healthy gut and good digestion; types of diets; much more. Jeanette Mack, Assistant Vice President of Corporate Communications at Navy Federal Credit Union. @NavyFederal Topic: Financial issues for military families and veterans. Issues: Ways to start saving small now for your kids’ futures, small behavior changes that can make a big difference in your finances; financial literacy tools for families; tips to building/maintaining your credit; car buying tips; budgeting tips for parents and kids; how military families can make the most of their paycheck. https://www.navyfederal.org/

54 MIN2019 DEC 28
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Balanced Pregnancy + Family Finances for Families

Not Every Warrior Wears a Uniform + Be a Happier Parent

Chantel Olson, author of Homefront Warriors. @chantellouise16 Topic: Not every warrior wears a uniform. Issues: The many lessons learned from military spouses during their spouse’s deployment; how military spouses can get support during deployment; special concerns of children with a deployed parent; why it’s important to honor homefront warriors for their service. KJ Del’Antonia, author of How to Be a Happier Parent. @KJDellAntonia Topic: Raising a family, having a life, and loving almost every minute. Issues: Why you child should do chores; siblings—bringing fun and taking it away; sports and activities—fun except when they’re not; homework; screens are fun but limiting them isn’t; discipline and why it sometimes hurts parents more than the kids; finding time for food, fun, and family time.

54 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Not Every Warrior Wears a Uniform + Be a Happier Parent

Building Strong, Resilient Military Families + Raising Great Kids in Two Hours a Day

John Pray, President and CEO of Operation Homefront. @Op_Homefront – IG: operationhomefront Topic: Building strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive—not simply struggle to get by—in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. Issues: This non-profit has served more than 40,000 military families and provided nearly $25 million in relief (for basic necessities, rent/mortgage); programs include housing, educational scholarships, parent support, school supplies, and more. Heather Miller, author of Prime Time Parenting. @PrimeTimeBook – Instagram: primetimeparenting Topic: The two-hour-a-day secret to raising great kids. Issues: The importance of reducing screen time—for kids and adults; setting up your two hours of focused parenting; homework, dinner, more homework, and off to bed; how prime time parenting will give you more “me” time; other benefits (physical, mental, and emotional).

54 MIN2019 DEC 14
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Building Strong, Resilient Military Families + Raising Great Kids in Two Hours a Day

Emotional Intelligence + The Rabbit Effect

Kerry Goyette, author of The Non-Obvious Guide to Emotional Intelligence. Topic: Understanding emotional intelligence, empathy, and learning to put them to use. Issues: What is empathy and where does it start? What is emotional intelligence? How our brain perceives fear and threats; how courage drives emotional intelligence; how to recognize your environment; difference between problems and dilemmas; mental agility and how to build it; how we derail ourselves from success; how to motivate your team and your family; intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation; much more. Kelli Harding, author of The Rabbit Effect. Topic: Live longer, happier, and healthier with the groundbreaking science of kindness. Issues: The hidden factors of health (intimate relationships, social ties, work, finding your purpose, hobbies and recreation; fairness; compassion, the environment you live in, and more); essentials of health (mind-body link, trust, community health, and more); what kindness is and the ripple ef...

54 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Emotional Intelligence + The Rabbit Effect
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